Elisabetta Antonini – Alessandro Contini
Minimalism, electronics, sophisticated musical structures and ample spaces for the musical interplay between two voices and piano converge in every possible combination, taking creative paths which meet and unite in a series of prevalently original, often synthetic sounding compositions, as well as unique, personal covers of Anglosaxon origin. Video projections, created especially for MusicVox, are incorporated during the course of the performance.
Alessandro Contini: a virtuoso, rhythmically strong soloist with a natural spontaneity and gift for improvisation, Contini’s versatility has seen him use his vocal talents in a number of contexts, including contemporary and ancient music, film soundtracks, and popular songs. He has collaborated with many prestigious names, including Ennio Morricone, Luca Francesconi, Sylvano Bussotti and Antonio Albanese.
Alessandro Gwis: a classically trained pianist, Gwis began to acquaint himself with jazz and improvised music at a very young age, exploring the use of synthesizers and electronic keyboards, with which he is a creative and original performer. A lyricist and composer of film, tv and dance soundtracks, in 1994 he became a founding member of the legendary group Aires Tango. He has played and/or recorded with a host of italian and internationally known artists, including Cuong Vu, Paul McCandless, Ben Sidran, Stefano di Battista, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Horacio Hernandez, as well as with renowned italian pop singers like Lucio Dalla, Gianni Morandi and Patty Pravo, performing all over the world.